Gluten-Free Coupons

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Who doesn’t like to save money?! Especially on gluten-free goodies. I’ve teamed up with some quality gluten-free companies to offer special gluten-free coupon codes for the community. All of the brands on this page are ones I trust, with products that I’ve tasted and enjoyed. I get no commission here…just done out of the goodness of my heart. Interested in adding your coupon to this page? Contact me.

Happy Shopping!!

Canyon Bakehouse
canyon bakehouse couponOur family is passionate about making real food with wholesome, clean ingredients. We bake bread the old-fashioned way and use only 100% whole grains.
Coupon Code: CanyonAndTheDude
Savings: 20%
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Kay’s Naturals
kays naturals couponKay’s award-winning, grab-n-go high protein, low sugar products are manufactured in a dedicated gluten free facility certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO). Our nutrient dense products are recommended by doctors, dietitians and diabetes educators nationwide.
Coupon Code: DUDE
Savings: 30%
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Three Bakers
three bakers couponAt Three Bakers, all of our products are baked with a commitment to your health as well as your taste buds. We use all non-GMO ingredients, and keep our salt and sugars as low as possible.
To Get Coupon: Just click the link below and you will automatically get the discount.
Savings: $1
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2good2b coupon2Good2B is your source for Gluten, Corn and Soy Free foods that help you feel and live your absolute best. Experience a renewed and improved level of energy, vitality, and happiness!
Coupon Code: No2Gluten10
Savings: 10%
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Bakery On Main
bakery on main couponWe are passionate about making great tasting gluten free products and we hope you love our products as much as we love creating them for you.
Coupon Code: GLDUDE
Savings: 10%
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Beanfields Snacks
Beanfields Snacks couponBeanfields Bean and Rice tortilla chips are certified gluten-free, Non-GMO Verified and vegan-friendly. Plus, Beanfields Snacks proudly makes every flavor of its award-winning chips without the eight ingredients recognized by the FDA as the top food allergens.
Coupon Code: GlutenDude10
Savings: 10%
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gfJules (Jules Shepard)
gfJules couponA gluten free starter pack should get your gluten free journey off on the best possible foot. If you’re committed to doing gluten free correctly, you’ll need all of the things Jules has created and/or pulled together for this special starter pack. $100 worth of stuff already marked down 40%. Quite the bargain.
Coupon Code: DUDE
Savings: $10 off the Starter Pack (free shipping too!)
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gluten away couponTry gluten-free samples, recipe bundles, and blogger’s favorite gluten-free products without breaking the bank or committing to a monthly subscription. GlutenAway provides the flexibility and convenience of finding great new gluten-free products at an affordable price.
Savings: 30%
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Holy Crap Cereal
holy crap cereal coupon Most gluten-free cereals on the market are made with refined corn, rice, or other flours and refined sugars. With Holy Crap, you can enjoy gluten-free whole food that offers the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients you need for optimum health. Plus, it’s delicious!
Coupon Code: Dude15
Savings: 15%
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Jake’s Gluten Free Market
jakes gluten free couponJake’s Gluten Free Market is a dedicated gluten-free bakery and retail store in Boise, Idaho. Our knowledgeable staff believes that Gluten-Free should taste absolutely unbelievably fantastic – and we feature MANY amazing Paleo and multiple-allergen options as well!
Savings: 10%
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Katz Gluten Free
katz gluten free couponKatz Gluten Free operates out of a state-of-the-art facility, which has been Certified Gluten-Free by the Gluten Intolerance Group, for our unmatched reliability in complying with strict gluten-free standards. Our facility is completely nut-free and dairy-free.
Coupon Code: KatzAndGlutenDude
Savings: 10%
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OMG…It’s Gluten Free's gluten free couponSimply put, our baked goods are the best gluten free products you will ever find! Preservative free, moist and delicious! Personally made to order and shipped the same day. Discount applied to Baked goods only.
Coupon Code: GDUDE
Savings: 15%
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Send Me Gluten Free
send me gluten free couponSend Me Gluten Free is a monthly subscription service that introduces you to new gluten-free products. You’ll get full and sample size food, personal care items, supplements and household products that support your gluten-free lifestyle.
Coupon Code: GLUTENDUDE20
Savings: 20% off any subscription length
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The Gluten Free Bar
gluten free bar couponOur mission is simple: make the world’s best gluten-free protein snacks. We do that through a relentless focus on amazing taste and using only simple, wholesome ingredients.
Savings: 10%
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Disclaimer: The above companies are ultimately responsible for the coupons codes being functional. If you find one of the above codes does not work, please let me know. Thanks.

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    Rhonda Golden

    Thank you!

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      Gluten Dude

      My pleasure. More to come I hope.

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    Oh my gosh – thank you thank you thank you! Bookmarking this page – can’t wait for more!

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    Cool companies GD. THANK you. And companies that really have tasty food.

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    How long are these coupons good for. I run a support group and our meeting is tomorrow. Thanks in advance.

    1. 4.1

      Gluten Dude

      No expiration dates as far as I know…

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    I just tried Canyon Bakehouse for the first time and LOVE them! Going to use your coupon to order now. :)

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    Anyway to sign up to receive this as an email to our inbox when you update? with GF being so expensive I just love the savings you find. thank you.

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    never mind, went online and found it, viewing on phones are so restrictive sometimes.

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    Thanks for the coupons! I used the Canyon Bakehouse last month and I’m trying to use it again. It’s not taking anything off my order, is this a one time only coupon? Thanks for all you do for the Celiac community!

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      Something must have been up with their website, it worked today ;)

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    Thanks for doing this with these companies. I am going to have “rye” bread for the first time in 15 years! Love Canyon Bakehouse, but our local stores don’t carry all the different varieties.

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    golly … thanks so much… you are awesome for thinking of us.. ;-)

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    Mary D

    Wow, more additions! Thank you for thinking of us! :)

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    We ate at OMG IT’S GLUTEN FREE while in Chicago on business. Awesome food. Canyon bakehouse is the best gluten free bread ever!

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    THANK YOU!!!! Canyon Bake House dream come true :):):):):)

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    Can anyone who is gluten free across the USA use your coupons?

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    take a look at this amazing services that provides amazon .
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    Great list, thank you to you & your mrs. For doing the research! What about pasta?? I don’t see pasta in the list.

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      Gluten Dude

      Hmmm…good point. Will try to add.

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    Thank you so much for the Canyon House code! I’d had products in the basket for a long time, but kept buying them at the local store. Unfortunately, the store doesn’t keep steady stock and it doesn’t stock all of the products I like. And it’s more expensive. With your code and by paying attention to which items rolled me up to a higher shipping price (larger box/weight) I was able to stock the freezer at almost 25% less than store!!! That includes shipping. Everyone wins.

    I am so used to rippoffs and misleading claims, I was thrilled that this worked just as you said!!!!!

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    Mary Mangold

    Hey Gluten Dude, does it cost anything to submit our logo, blurb and coupon code (no expiry) for ? We’re really getting a lot of positive reviews of late, based on efforts to find bloggers who will provide an honest review for their audiences. Our bread products have a wonderful taste and the bread doesn’t fall apart when you eat it or make a sandwich out of it. Let me know the best way to get our coupon posted on your website. I’m adding your 7/19/16 blog post to this weeks featured digital paper. Great topic. Thanks for all you do to bring awareness to the celiac and gluten-free communities. You ROCK!

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    do you have a code for YoungBrokeAndGlutenFree?

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    Promo code for OMG It’s Gluten Free did not work.

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    Gwen code is no longer valid either.

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    Send me gluten frees temporary closed. I checked today. Thanks for the links.

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      Gluten Dude

      Thanks for letting me know. I’ll keep an eye on it.

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    Thanks for the Jennifer’s Way coupon! I just ordered some bagels. Just a heads up about Bakery on Main. They stopped using purity protocol oats last year in favor of mechanically sorted oats. I loved their products, and promoted them for years, but not anymore. I miss their blueberry scone oatmeal. :-/

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    GD, for the last 2 evenings I have been looking around your site for the first time, and a minute ago I checked out the Reviews page as well as this one.

    I have a suggestion —

    I see that the Reviews page presents specific items from Amazon that you use personally, or that get good reviews by many other customers, and your links to those items are set up so that you will get a small % of the sale (via an Amazon program).

    I see on this Coupons page that you have some deals with some other websites where your readers will get a discount, and hopefully via most of these links, you will also get a little something from any purchases made.

    However, what I don’t see prominently displayed on your site is a general link to the Amazon main/front page that your site visitors can click on to go to Amazon for any sort of purchase they might want to make that day, and as long as they use your link to go there, you will get a small % profit on anything the reader buys at Amazon during that shopping visit, whether it’s toothpaste, a paperback book, a jump rope, a new pair of boots, or whatever. It doesn’t have to be celiac or health-related.

    This kind of thing, if you would want to do it, might belong on a Donations page or something — because it’s not about reviews, it’s not about coupons, it’s just about a painless and invisible way that your site visitors can support the operations of your site by getting Amazon to give you a little bit of money from the purchases they make when using your special link. Using that sort of a link does not cost the customer any more at Amazon than if they went directly to Amazon from their browser, because the cash comes from Amazon as a thank-you to your site for directing good customers to Amazon from your site.

    I am not sure if you already have some kind of Donations page, or another way that grateful readers can send you a couple of dollars via Paypal or Patreon, etc., to contribute towards your hosting costs and that sort of stuff, which many sites have, of course, especially the ones that are well-designed and well-run, and provide the valuable and not-cheap service of hosting a discussion forum, like your site.

    I have not noticed any indications of this kind of thing while I’ve been visiting your website last night and tonight, but I’m still working my way through your main content tabs on the home page so maybe I will come across it later.

    If site visitors and forum regulars knew that they could support your efforts a little bit by painlessly clicking a link on your site before shopping on Amazon for anything (not just for those particular products that you and your wife recommend on the Reviews page), I expect that they would be glad to do that sometimes.

    I’m not sure if I have been too repetitive above, or not clear enough — I’m feeling pretty foggy tonight with a barometric-pressure migraine building up, due to the extremely strong Nor’easter that is moving its way up the East Coast and the arctic temperatures that have gripped my region for the past 10 days — but probably the former!

    I’m not trying to interfere in how you have things set up – I just thought it might be a “win/win” opportunity, so to speak.

    Last year, I suggested it to a different website (about a totally different subject matter) that is also run by a helpful, nice man, and he put it in place, and says that he’s regularly getting a bit of money from Amazon via the program, and is glad that he took the time to set it up, which is great.
    (And it sounds like you might already have the basic program already set up with Amazon, since you have specific affiliate links in the Reviews area, so for you, it might just be a matter of giving it a place on your site so that site visitors can learn that it exists, and providing a general affiliate link that points people to the Amazon main page so they can shop for whatever they want.)

    Okay, now that last paragraph definitely qualifies as being repetitive! Ha ha, so I’ll stop now.

    1. 24.1

      Gluten Dude

      Much appreciate the advice. I actually do have a donations page (tip jar) set up here:

      Anything and everything is appreciated.



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